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Super Instagram-Worthy Cafe Opens on Queen Street

A quick look around Harken

Erin Perkins/Eater Charleston
Erin Perkins is the editor of Eater Carolinas, covering the food and restaurant scene across North and South Carolina.

King Street cafe the Harbinger, known as the source of some of the best avocado toast around, now has a sibling below the Crosstown. Open last week, Harken Cafe carries the same breezy morning sensibility as the original project from entrepreneurs Greer Gilchrist and Cameron Neal.

Located in the former Corrigan Gallery space at 62 Queen Street, Harken offers counter service for breakfast, lunch, and coffee. Small tables dot the exposed-wood-and-brick space filled with thriving plants and intriguing trinkets on the shelves.

The coffee and tea menu offers some unique choices like the Jack Rudy espresso tonic and a spiced vanilla latte. For breakfast, customers can order avocado labneh toast, slab pie, or a chia bowl. Lunch includes a daily baguette sandwich and a salad.

Harken opens daily from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. The breakfast menu is available all day on the weekends, but only until 11 a.m. during the week.

Take a look at the menus and the space here.

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